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for a new fbi headquarter site has started a bit of a fight between maryland and virginia and today, virginia threw a punch at. the fbi plans to leave their old headquarter building downtown. counties in virginia and maryland both would like to be the new spot. one of them is the federal gsa warehouse near springfield mall, but the by-product of the group of northern virginias top elected leaders gave a united message today to convince the fbi that the old dominion is the place that they want to be. >> if a decision is made on the merits, the merits being what's best for the country, what's best for the fbi, what's best for the fbi employees. i think that it will be in virginia. >> now congress will decide on the site requirements and then the gsa along with the fbi will pick the site, which will take several months. >>> all right, let's take a live look outside right now. topper will be back after the break. he has a full forecast for you. i can guarantee that you'll like this one. >>> and right after the break, big changes coming to sleeping pills. and it is suppose to keep us saf
of bank robbers caught in the act. tonight the fbi launches a new online assault to get these robbers off the street. it's a crime on the decline in this country, but still too many culprits are on the streets. fox 5's bob barnard has the story. >> the images you're about to see were captured on surveillance cameras that all banks have and now thanks to the fbi available all in one place for you to spy. they call is guy the hole in the wall bandit, broke into three banks in the district last summer from vacant buildings next-door, never got any cash. this man wearing an fbi ball cap robbed a wells fargo bank in adams morgan in october, 2011. >> in washington d.c. someone is wearing fbi, chances are they're not. >> reporter: tim gallagher is special agent in charge of the criminal division of the fbi's washington field office where they call this man the nats cap guy, dresses kind of snappy. >> these descriptors would help someone who may know this indivial, provide the information to us in an anonymous fashion. >> reporter: the fbi calls them unsubs, unidentified subjects now featured o
for human remains. which set back the f-b-i's investigation into the speed freak killings. then. a new study on earthquakes. has some scientists. changing the way they look at earthquake faults. we tell you why. >> plus. an intiative to increase the safety on the bay bridge. comes with a hefty price. that's all ahead on kron 4 news at 11. >> pam: more on a developing story. f.b.i crews may be searching a central valley well for a long time -- as they look for human remains. it is all part of the so- called 'speed-freak killers'" case. the two men blamed for a killing rampage in the 1980's and 90's. kron 4's j.r. stone has more. on the problems the f.b.i is facing. >> the fbi has been surging this abandoned well site for four days. they have been surging this the bottom of this was reached they thought that the well site said this. >> he said that it was 50 ft. deep. >> now, it is actually 200 ft. below the surface. that could be a problem if this continues hold true. >> we might only be able to excavate 5 ft. per day. >> this could take 40 days if it is 200 ft.. it is deeper than expected an
are following, could the fbi be making a big move. we'll have more on the fight by lawmaker to bring more jobs to the commonwealth. >> first, discussing the future of the u.s.'s involvement in afghanistan just days after it was announced that all troops could be out by 2014. this morning, president obama meets with afghanistan's president. we'll be back. >>> thank you is the last day of meetings for vice president joe briden's gun task force. he says he will have a list of proposals ready for the president by tuesday. the nra was in a meeting with vice president biden on yesterday. but after that particular meeting of course the gun lobby said, quote, we were disappointed with how little this meeting had to do with keeping our children safe and how much it had to do with an agenda to attack the second amendment. >>> the judge overseeing a preliminary hearing in the colorado movie theater shooting says the case can go to trial. judge william sylvester says there is enough evidence against james holmes for last summer's massacre in aurora. he faces up to 160 counts for allegedly killing 12 peopl
. >>> one of the fbi's missions is to combat terrorism, but a controversial new book claims the fbi's method actually creates terrorists. we'll talk with the author and see what former fbi insider john miller has to say about >>> lawyers in oregon began choosing a jury yesterday over mohammed osman mow hamhamed. it's criticized in a new book. it's called "the terror factory." arthur trevor aaronson is here also with us senior correspondent john miller former fbi assistant director. >> thank you. >> you say you have captured few terrorists since 9/11 and manufactured many more. what does it mean to say we've manufactured terrorists or the fbi manufactures terrorists? >> many of the men that are being prosecuted for committing an act of terrorism or conspiracy to commit an act of terrorism are like mohamed mow ha mud. on their own they never had the ability to commit it. it was the fbi informant or agent who provided the bomb and all of the logistical means they needed to commit their crime. >> john, you were in the fbi. do you know many of the techniques there and especially with anti-terrori
strike an early blow in the fight over the relocation of the fbi headquarters. we'll be right back. ha never encnteredch a bning . until had thshingles. r re of the side sry, visit shinesinfoom like sebody d set a ba of hot chaoal ony neck. hai's somethg youdch a bning . ner wanto encounteochickenpx >>> 5:09 out on the weather terrace. 39 degrees here in northwest but you know with light winds it's really very comfortable. i have the heavy coat on but the novembers are off. it's not a bad cold. that comfortable cold as you call it. we will see the clouds thicken up and this afternoon expecting rain showers around. by lunchtime 48. we'll get to 50 but stay in the upper 40s with the rain showers around for the afternoon and evening hours. let's go inside with monika samtani get more on the morning commute. >>> howard a burst water main on route 501 at queens chapel road in prince george's county. watch out for the detours just being set up there at the beltway in georgia avenue here. things look good in silver spring. i will be back with more traffic and details at 5:48. back to you guys
about the man who replaced him. >>> the fbi said the well about to be excavateicide deeper than nilsy -- excuvaded is deeper than initially thought. fbi officials thought they would be bigging 50 feet but real -- digging 50 feet but realized it would be more like 200 feet. >>> school shooter left a high school student wounded. a male student opened fire at 9:00 a.m. this morning at taft high school. a 16-year-old boy was wounded. he was airlifted to a hospital where he remains in critical condition. the shooter was arrested and all schools in the area were put on lock down. >>> schools around the bay area are putting a new focus on safety for more training to locking classroom doors. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live with the new and simple steps being considered. >> reporter: many agree no single step will be enough. we found districts have already made big changes. >> we are just going over all of our practices. >> reporter: we were with the superintendent as she checked to see if teachers were following new marching orders. locking all classroom doors during the school day. this one wa
to reduce gun violence. >> before we let you go, we're talking about the fbi building sort of crumbling as it stands. >> yes. >> maryland and virginia, looking to bring that huge facility and the jobs and what have you into each state. you're interested in bringing the building to virginia? >> absolutely. the right answer is what's right for the fbi. i'm going to be passionate about virginia, and i expect folks from maryland will be passionate about maryland. but the right answer is what's right for the mission of the fbi. we think in virginia we've got good selling points on the table on that question, what's right for the fbi. huge kind of plurality of the fbi employees in virginia. we have significant fbi assets in virginia at quantico and manassas and having headquarters that's in close proximatity to the training centers and other fbi facilities makes a lot of sense from a cost standpoint. with the budget, we're dealing with rough budget issues. i think we'll be able to put options on the table in virginia that make a lot of sense from a cost standpoint. we're going to make our bes
for raiders and why it may not last -- riders and why it may not last long. >> plus the fbi is getting ready to relocate outside the district, the tug of war between maryland and virginia. droid dna augmentation initiated. vision expanding to a 5-inch 1080p hd display and camera. touch acquiring nfc. hearing evolving with beats audio. wireless charging activated. introducing droid dna by htc. it's not an upgrade to your phone. it's an upgrade to yourself. >>> should images taken of osama bin laden during and after he was killed be released to the public? a federal appeals court heard arguments in the case today. a conservative watchdog group wants the photos released. the federal government argued the photos could be used as propaganda and inspire violence against u.s. troops. a lower court already denied the group's request. >>> there is an all out effort to bring the fbi headquarters to northern virginia. local leaders are trying to come up with a strategy to relocate the headquarters in the commonwealth. six locations were discussed. congressman jim moran summoned the group. they agreed t
up at 5:00. back to you guys. >>> thanks monika. so who is going to get the new fbi headquarters? legislators in maryland and virginia are now competing trying to get the new facility there. the j. edgar hoover building in d.c. is no longer suitable home says the fbi. so political leaders in virginia and maryland are making their pitches to get the bureau to locate on their home turf. one of the spots being proposed now the old gsa warehouse if springfield, virginia. -- in springfield. virginia. congress is going to decide on the site requirements and then the gsa along with the fbi will decide on where the new site will be. >>> 2013 oscar nominations are out and "lincoln" whoo talk about nominations. >> it's a great film as bigad shaban says though a series of oscar snubs has people talking today. >> reporter: february 24th could be a monumental night for "lincoln." >> shall we start this bleeding? >> reporter: steven spielberg's civil war epic received a dozen nominations including best picture. daniel day-lewis is among the front runners for best actors, sally field and tommy
with tinted windows is considered armed and dangerous. >> more on a developing story fbi crews may be searching as central valley well for a long time. as they look for human remains. >> it is all part of the so- called speed freak killers case. >> the two men blamed for killing rampage in the 1980's and 90's. >> are now the fbi is digging through wells and linden. >> authorities originally thought the well was kron 50 ft. deep yesterday that discovered the well is as wheel around 200 ft. deep. >> the fbi says the plan did just 5 ft. a day. >> a public memorial built to mar 419 year-old alyssa bryne. she died after she left the snow globe music festival in south lake tahoe on the years the. officials say she that says one walked into a single digit temperatures. >> the results of the are taught to buy the sacramento county coroner's office found no signs of trauma or foul play on her body for many san francisco 49ers fans tomorrow just can't get here fast enough. >> some of them can be seen outside the team's training camp in santa clara. they're flying red and gold. and cheering a
officers, sergeant scott ryan, a albertalbert lieu and reyes. tuesday, june 7, 2011, the fbi contacted the san francisco police department robbery abatement team providing them with specific information about two incidents that occurred in irvine, california. an armed white male suspects driving a gray bmw had committed to armed bank robberies. the suspect had already proven himself dangerous and desperate when he attempted to run down responding deputy sheriffs in order to effectively escape from one of the bank robberies. using the gps, the getaway car was located in our city at one of this the park. -- beuna vista park. the suspects gray bmw was found precisely with gps. the car was legally parked and unattended. the robbery abatement team maintain surveillance of the -- of the vehicle for hours, but no signs of activity. park station please -- plain clothes officer under the direction of sergeant scott ryan and robert lieu adnd reyes observed. they noticed until lights were on and the sun roof was opened. officer lew quickly executed a u-turn and confirmed it was occupied by the su
. now the f.b.i has taken over and they're searching a new well. kron-4's j-r stone is here with the story. the this is a link to wesleyan shermantine.. with a major setback the bottom of the well has been reached. at 200 ft. below the surface that is where they have not found any human remains. with to wondered feet deep is a huge blow to the fbi. 2 1/3 feet deep, they thought that this was only 50 ft. deep. now, they've already gone 200 ft. deep. there is now, water at the bottom of the wealth that has to be drained. to trade that, that-water at the bottom. but more drain efforts is going to even be more expensive. but it is likely going to go up with this well is four times deeper than they are rigidly in thought. once they clear that out they can see what they thought that it was four times deeper than they are were originally thought but that could take several more days. at this point, we are not even talking about sifting for human remains. j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> more developing news tonight. new information tonight about damage to the bay bridge after that tank
and the fbi is a need to the wells in linden. the tories are really thought the well was around 50 ft. deep and yesterday discovered the well as extra around 200 ft. deep. the fbi says the plant today to just 5 ft. a day. within it that the dictator of 40 days to reach the bottom. the man accused >> the man accused of shooting and killing 12 people and wounding 70 others at a colorado movie theater will go to trial. he has to be arraigned later today but his attorneys have filed papers saying is not ready the enter a plea. they're expected that asked for a delay and hope that a plea deal will be reached and the case stemmed white elite the expense of an emotional trial. >> as all turned out last night and martine as as contra costa county fire officials talk to residents about the closure of fire station 12. as a instead to close on tuesday along with three others in walnut creek lafayette and clayton. the closers expected to save the district about $1.6 million a year. at least one more fire station is slated to close in july. last night fire officials assert residents and martine as they
and ben gelis are calling on the fbi to find a missing man. perry is offering a $1,000 reward for the men who disappeared. >>> in indianapolis, a rooster hanging out downtown gave animal control officers quite a headache. ♪ the elusive fowl was eventually captured. no word on who it belongs to. >>> in sports we start with a big upset in college basketball. number four arizona was surprised by unranked oregon who led most of the way. arizona surged in the fourth quarter but oregon held on for a 70-56 upset. >>> and human growth hormones and other performance enhancing drugs back in the spotlight. there's official confirmation that junior seau had cte, a degenerative brain disease, he joins pittsburgh's mike webster and david duerson of the bears and others. >>> tim tebow will not be playing for the jacksonville jaguars next season. the team you a new general manager said he can't imagine a scenario in which tebow will be a jacksonville jaguar even if he is released by the new york jets. >>> the nfl playoffs start on say day. baltimore plays in denver and green bay will be at san francisc
into an s-u-v and drove off. the woman was not seriously hurt. >> the f-b-i continuing to search an abandoned well in linden for potential victims of the so-called speed freak killers. today they discovered the well which they thought was 50-feet deep. turned out to be 200-feet deep. no signs of human remains have been found. >> cal-trans and the c-h-p are asking for 31-million dollars to install a network of security cameras on the new eastern span of the bay bridge. the bay area toll authority had originally alloted 8- million dollars for the system. experts say the bridge needs the system because it's viewed as a potential terrorist target. much like the golden gate bridge. >> the bay area is in for another night of freezing temperatures. this is video today of snow dusting the peak at mount hamilton in the south bay. from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news.. how cold will it get? jacqueline bennett is back with another look at the forecast. >> jacqueline: catherine, that system from yesterday still cross some cold temperatures. the shower activity is on the coastal ar
the fbi and the district attorney's office is looking into it. the man you're looking at is 27-year-old thomas jason smith. see him on the floor. his hands are cuffed behind him, he's sitting. he hits his head against the furniture but then watch what happens. >> oh. >> police start pulling him back by the handcuffs, his arms behind him. then they use a taser on him. >> i don't get this. i don't get tasering a restrained guy. makes no sense to me. to me that's torture. >> according to an officer he turned violent in his cell, hit his head against the cell wall and tried to spit at another cop. he attempted to attack officers and that's when the taser was used on him. his mother talked to wpxi where we saw this video and said her son is bipolar. >> he's been in different treatments through the years. it's wrong for what they had did to my son and was totally uncalled for. >> was arresteddrunkenness, di and resisting arrest. they said he was in a fight but tried to flee. we don't see the alleged kicking incident but attorneys are wanting to see the full video if there is more video t
to the f.b.i. websites. this is all about guns. people say more guns, reason for violent crime is guns. look at the number. from the f.b.i. website, between 1992-2011, 20 years of data, murders and violent crimes have gone down by 49% each. 15 years of those, 1994, 192 million fire arms and 2,009,310,000,000 fire arms. doubling the fire arms. number of firearms went up and violent crime and murders went down. you have can't say guns cause violent crime. >> bob: so the it's more guns, less crime, not good police work? >> dana: or the opposite is not true. mine is also important. chief of staff jac jack lew was nominated as the secretary of treasury. a let of question about his signature. this is a grown man. this is his signature, doesn't resemble anything. president obama had a great joke about it today. bob and i were talking today, i realize bob was eating his lunch where the signature came from. checkbe this out. this is what bob eats for lunch. >> kimberly: that is why we have healthy snacks. okay. now we have a cute video here. if bill maher pays up. >> we have a new rule that sup
of national intelligence, and the national security elements of the fbi were merged into the national security branch. these efforts were born of the need to institutionalize and facilitate information sharing, to bridge a gap that existed between intelligence and law- enforcement capabilities. on the heels of this change, it became evident that another service was in pretty high demand. it is what the commission called a thoughtful, innovative, and constructive legal guidance. following recommendations from the commission and others, the national security division was created in the department of justice to ensure unity of purpose among intelligence lawyers and the community on one hand with law-enforcement and prosecutors on the other. the division functions really reflect a removal of legal, structural, and cultural barriers. they have brought the department's national security elements under one roof and into closer alignment with those of the fbi and the rest of the national security community. as these lawyers work as terrorism and espionage prosecutors, they work as intelligence lawyers
. the three approached some teenagers and demanded money. >>> fbi agents searching for human remains in san joaquin county finished a fourth day of prep work at a new excavation site. the bureau plans to examine the bottom of the well for evidence of victims of the so called speed freak killers. the fbi says it thought the well would be about 50 feet deep but located the bottom today at about 200 feet. they say it's filled with water which first has to be drained before they can dig more. >>> now to our continuing coverage of this week's near disaster when an oil tanker sideswiped the tower of the bay bridge. ktvu consumer editor tom vacar went out on the bay today to give us an up close look at the damage and the critical issue why the coast guard needs speedy repairs. >> reporter: he's referring to this incident in the cosco busan incident. while the bumper remains damaged but still has restraints time is of the essence it needs to be fixed because another hit by a big ship will make grievous damage to the bridge itself. >> we expect through a -- what's known as a directors order that rep
money. >>> fbi agents searching for human remains in san joaquin county finished a fourth day of prep work at a new excavation site. the bureau plans to examine the bottom of the well for evidence of victims of the so called speed freak killers. the fbi says it thought the well would be about 50 feet deep but located the bottom today at about 200 feet. they say it's filled with water which first has to be drained before they can dig more. >>> now to our continuing coverage of this week's near disaster when an oil tanker sideswiped the tower of the bay bridge. ktvu consumer editor tom vacar went out on the bay today to give us an up close look at the damage and the critical issue why the coast guard needs speedy repairs. >> reporter: he's referring to this incident in the cosco busan incident. while the bumper remains damaged but still has restraints time is of the essence it needs to be fixed because another hit by a big ship will make grievous damage to the bridge itself. >> we expect through a -- what's known as a directors order that repairs will be put on the fast track. we're pro
to bring the fbi headquarter to northern virginia. local, set and congressional leaders met in arlington to brainstorm ideas that will convince the feds to relocate somewhere in the commonwealth. they are pushing hard for a site in fairfax county. meanwhile, in maryland, prince george's county and montgomery county are both in the running as well. >>> senator tim kaine is also among those pushing to bring the fbi headquarters to virginia. the former virginia governor was sworn in last week. senator kaine, he is going to join us live here in studio at 7:30 this morning to talk mother about his plans as he settles into his new job on capitol hill. >>> time now for the morning line as robert griffin iii continues to recover. the nfl players association may launch an investigation into the handling of his injury. if they go forward, independent doctors will be brought in to see if the redskins followed the recommendations of their medical staff and in the nfl playoffs, two of the greatest players face off this weekend, ray lewis and peyton manning. denver is riding on an 11-game winning stre
interested in what we were doing, and so the assistant director of the fbi for counter-terrorism came to west point and said the fbi could benefit from this kind of education as well. and so they asked west point to go and expand our education for cadets to what we now call practitioner education. we send people from west point and combating and they teach each new about a boc of instruction on terrorism to reinforce the things that are taught at the f.b.i. academy. we also send them out around the nation to be able to work with joint terrorism task forces, which is not just f.b.i. people, but also law enforcement and others to educate them on the terrorist threat and the changes. and then creating a virtual network because of the connections of everybody on the internet so that when pracktigsners that are out there in police departments or the f.b.i. are studying a particular case or aspect of terrorism they can reach back into the literature and research at west point and get a little bit more expertise and the history and the background and the theory that they're able to do. >> what kind
control laws, but to strengthen things like databases the fbi uses for background checks or getting states to share more information from criminal and mental health databases or even prosecuting felons who try to buy guns illegally or people who lie on background checks. would you support any of those moves? >> you have to look at each one one by one. a number of them, for example, the mental health issues, for example, i strongly favor, looking at those actions. if they're within the law and it's an appropriate executive order, i think the president has every right to do it. if it's not in current law, he can't do it by executive order and the congress would have to, i think, block him if he attempted to do it by executive order. it depends on exactly what they come up with. what i really encourage is that the vice president before he rushed around doing new things, go to chicago. chicago has very strict gun laws. it is also the deadliest city in america, over 500 people were killed in chicago last year. and i think the vice president ought to ask the question himself, why is it that all
in order to do that. lou: what can they do in terms of the fbi and background checks? >> as was pointed out, he can make it more difficult in terms of time. there can be more constraints. there can be more administrative jumping that goes on in terms of people achieving what they need. can the president banned firearms in this country? now. the united states supreme court says that second amendment stands under the mcdonald case. but yes, i do anticipate that there will be actions. maybe there are actions with regard to the number of rounds and micro- stamping in terms of federal action. maybe there are federal regulations. lou: i think it sets off a firestorm of opposition. this is being provocative is someone who treasures the second amendment. so why should that be put about by the congress and the united states when they have a way to intercede? >> he can pass legislation on any particular issue. they can also have lawsuits as a result of any president of the united states. executive orders are not acts of law. lou: narrowly interpreted. we are going to the heart of the country. >> yes,
declared incompetent that shouldn't be shared with the fbi runs the background checks. >> bill: get him into trouble if he then says you can't have this particular gun or you can't have more than a clip with more than 10 bullets then is he going to get into trouble. if he just keeps it in the general sense, there will be a its little bit of outcry. on the fiscal business you know it's a horse trading proposition that the republican party wants smaller government and cut back spending isn't going to give you the authority to raise the debt ceiling unless you give us something back which means you cut entitlements a little bit or you do this, that, and the other thing. what do you think is likely to happen there? >> well, that is really an unprecedented situation. you know, we have had the debt ceiling raised over 70 times in the last 50 years. congress has always dutifully done its job and raised the debt ceiling under divided congresses and divide government. democrats and congress raised the debt ceiling 12 times for president reagan upon his request. what's unprecedentside that we hav
are making a strong push to bring the fbi headquarters to the commonwealth. mark warner and tim kaine and members of area board of supervisors gathered in arlington yesterday. they stopped short of endorsing a specific location but say a metro accessible warehouse owned by government in springfield is ideal. prince george's county is pushing to bring the site to maryland. >>> new evidence could jeopardize the conviction of the man who killed chandra levy. it could taint the -- he was convicted in 2010 of killing the 24-year-old in 2001. chandra levy's body was found a year later. that's about all we know at this point. there have reportedly been two secret meetings between the judge and prosecutors which is very rare according to some defense attorneys. >> the secrecy it's reported as a result of a judge not wanting there to be public disclosure and apparently to protect witnesses. i get that. but it's exceedingly rare. i've never seen it. >> this new evidence could lead to a new trial for guandique who was in jail when he was charged with levy's murder. it's not clear whether the evi
all fbi agents are comfortable that the right hand gun with the right training is say formidable way to protect yourself. >> i appreciate your time. thank you. >> quick perspective and national archives, president obama issued 144 in his first four years in average. about average compared with other modern presidents. dwight eisenhower issued 275 in his first four years alone. as for the situation, 360 has been following this for years. we have an update. >> last year the chicago police department confiscated more than 7400 guns, more than five times per capita than in new york. chicago's gun laws are as strict as any in the country in fact you can't buy a hand gun in the city. where do they come from? many come from places like this gun shop in a nearby town. this is chuck's gun shop in neighboring river dale which is frequently the target of protests because of the amount of guns they sold that were used in crimes. . >> the owner of chucks declined our interview request. many of the guns from chuck's and other stores that end up on the streets are so-called straw purchases bought l
that in many this movie. there was an f.b.i. agent who walked out and said "i won't have anything to do with this, it's illegal, it's wrong, it's what our enemies do." there's not a character in this movie who raises the question about whether torture is right or wrong let alone whether it works. >> brown: let me ask you very briefly in our last 30 seconds. your fear here is that this portrayal will impact public understanding and possibly policy? >> i think pop culture is incredibly powerful. i think the t.v. show "24" if you look at the numbers changed public opinion and made people much more comfortable with torture. >> brown: mark, do you think this will affect public policy and perception? >> i think it will affect the way people remember this story. i personally didn't take away, as jane has, a strong mess on the subject of torture one way or the other. i did, for instance, from the show "24" which is clearly pro-torture, not from this, though. >> brown: mark bowden and jane mayer, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> brown: we have an extended interview with director catherine b
at sigtarp. our role is to provide oversight decreed in a premier enforcement agency, and many fbi to police the program and catch criminals who steal from it. the second purpose the oversight mechanism or redo reports to congress every quarter and special reports and specialized to do a specific t.a.r.p. program. c-span: what educator authority? gusto from congress, the legislation. it provided all the authorities of any inspector general, which are similar oversight agencies attached to the departments and agencies of the federal government. c-span: you say you weren't terribly impressed by the inspector general in town. how many are there? >> guest: i think 6465. when i first came out to washington, i didn't know what in igd. my experience with this prosecutor we seldom would run into on force and arms that agents and for a while lives in mortgage mortgage fraud cases. i was dealing with the inspector general from hud, which were very good nonperson nations. i didn't have a picture of an eye she was doing and when i got the job, one of the first things they did was meet the different ig's
in bathrooms. police say not clear when the robbers got away. >>> fbi specialists have reached the bottom of another well near linden in the search for more "speed freak" killer remains. officials expected to reach the bottom sooner but found the well was four times as deep as they initially thought. the bottom is covered with water and it sits more than 200 feet below the surface. csi teams will use a pump to remove the water and allow a camera to get a view around before digging any further. >>> california is steaming toward a budget surplus. and maybe for the foreseeable future. governor jerry brown releasing his $145 billion budget yesterday complete with an $851 million surplus. schools the big winner. k-12 and community colleges will get an extra $3 billion. medi-cal will get an extra $350 million. a billion will go into the rainy day fund. brown says the key now is to hold the line on spending. >> what i think is compassionate, what is good for the state of california, and what we can maintain over time instead of just enjoying a momentary high
to do things to make sure the database of the fbi has all of the information so people can't buy guns that shouldn't have guns. >> the vice president laid out some of the ideas emerging from his task force on thursday but did not mention a new assault weapons ban stirring speculation that the white house is dropping the proposal but the white house says that's not so. an administration spokesman told cnn avoiding this issue because it's been politically difficult in the past is not an option. that's despite what will be fierce opposition from the nation's top gun lobby, the national rifle association. >> i do not think there's going to be a ban on assault weapons passed by the congress. >> the nra plans an aggressive campaign and can point to what happened in 1994 when president bill clinton signed the last assault weapons ban into law. democrats lost both houses of congress to republicans. >> these become the only republican candidate in indiana with an f rating from the nra. >> last year the nra proved it was willing to go after the gop as well, running this ad against dick lugar. t
, that is from the f.b.i. the first numbers are from the f.b.i. that show that violent crime rate is down 49%. murder rate -- so it takes into account the population growth. the second one is from the department of justice that shows the number of firearms held by american citizens has gone up almost 100%. as more guns are entering our society, the violent crime rates are going down. if you want a pro- advocate full screen, keep playing that one. >>steve: because there are so many people worried that the government is coming after their guns, the n.r.a. announced yesterday their paid membership has gone up 100,000 in the last 18 days. >>alisyn: we'll have more in the rest of the show. we want to get to the other top story. the flu. the c.d.c. will be releasing new numbers on the flu outbreak. 48 states are reporting a wide number of outbreaks. this comes with new concerns about vaccine shortages. >> people are scrambling all across the country, including here in d.c., to find the flu vaccine, like much of the country, the level of flu cases are unusually high. some doctors and pharmacies tel
that authorities say maicon taken human remains is a lot deeper than first thought. fbi agents are getting ready to dig up the well in the town of linden to look for more possible victims of the speed freak killers. yesterday agents determined the well is 200 feet deep. at first they thought it was 50 feet deep. special equipment reportedly will be brought into drain the well. that may take a few more days. >> happening now the cdc updating the flu season which is in full force. it's happening at a press conference in atlanta georgia and this as the cdc announced a shortage of the vaccine. that could be a problem since 20 children across the nation and two elderly people in california have died from the illness. between september and december more than 22,000 flu case was reported. the cdc said this season could be the worst in a decade. >> i have had asthma in the past and so i was high risk so i always got the flu shot. >> doctors say if you do get the flu shot it still takes two weeks for it to be effective. i have been meaning to get a shot but i don't have the time but i won't have time
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